Southgate Recreation & Park District is seeking a talented professional to fill the role of their Human Resources Analyst. This is a rewarding opportunity to join a team committed to providing recreation and park services to residents of South Sacramento, a socially, economically, and culturally diverse community.
The Human Resources Analyst will report to the Administration Manager, and is responsible for recruiting, hiring, payroll processing, confidential personnel records management, and other human resource services for the District. As a key member of the team, the incumbent in this position will be responsible for administering personnel policies, and ensuring that appropriate hiring, training, personnel development, evaluation, and corrective action occurs, in accordance with fair labor standards, safety standards, and established policies.
The ideal candidate will possess the following knowledge, skills, abilities, traits, and competencies:
Knowledge of payroll accounting practices and procedures and personnel records management
Knowledge of Human Resources laws, regulations, and practices
Outstanding communication skills through written correspondence and reports as well as verbal presentations
Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, Windows, and payroll processing software
Exceptional interpersonal and customer services skills
Ability to follow oral and written instructions and schedules
Ability to work and collaboratively and demonstrate sound judgment
A team player who can also work independently
Exceptional attention to detail
Comfortable working in a changing and dynamic environment
Additional Salary Information: Benefits include personal time off, holidays, health, dental, and life insurance and retirement programs.
About Southgate Recreation & Park District
Southgate Recreation & Park District is an independent special district established in 1956 to serve the residents of South Sacramento. The District is governed by an elected five-member Board of Directors. The District encompasses a 52-square mile area of unincorporated South Sacramento County. In this area, the District currently maintains 42 parks, 7 community centers, 2 aquatic facilities, a golf course, and numerous landscape corridors and nature preserves. The District’s primary goal and its public charge is to provide recreation and park services to the 126,000 residents it serves. Over the next twenty years, the District expects to add approximately 500 acres of park land and green space as new subdivision developments occur.
Our mission is: A commitment to provide positive recreational opportunities, safe and attractive parks and open spaces, resulting in a healthier community.